Volcano Engine, a cloud services platform owned by ByteDance, reached a formal cooperation agreement on August 31 with Autra Tech, a leading logistics enterprise for autonomous driving trunk lines.
Shenzhen-based tech giant Tencent has scheduled its annual charity event, "99 Giving Day," to run from September 1-10.
Guangzhi Cao, a former Tesla engineer and former Head of Perception at XPeng Motors, who was involved in allegations of commercial theft, has joined Pegasus, a Chinese automated driving startup.
Baidu Capital, a fund jointly launched by Beijing-based internet giant Baidu, Inc. and China Life Insurance Company, on August 25 appointed Li Xiaoyang as the new CEO.
On the evening of August 25, Shenzhen-based unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) firm DJI officially released the DJI Avata lightweight drone, starting from 3,499 yuan ($510).
“Qian Shi”, Baidu’s industry-level superconducting quantum computer, incorporates its hardware platform with the company's home-grown software stack.
Nreal, a consumer AR glasses brand, held its first AR glasses launch event in Beijing on August 23, formally unveiling three new hardware products for the Chinese market.
On August 22, Leiniao, an AR brand established by Chinese electronics company TCL, announced its cooperation with Li Auto.
Regarding recent reports, Chinese medical treatment crowdfunding platform Waterdrop responded that the so-called intermediaries were operated by some malicious third-party commercial organizations.
On August 19, Beijing-based Xiaomi announced its Q2 and H1 results for this year. In an earnings call, Xiaomi Group President Wang Xiang responded to the Indian tax investigation fiasco.
On August 17, Huawei released its 2021 Sustainable Development Report, focusing on the four strategies of "digital inclusion, security and credibility, environmental protection and harmonious ecology."
Hygon Information Technology Co., Ltd., a leading CPU company based in China, on August 12 was listed to Shanghai's STAR Market.
A two-hour interview at the Beijing headquarters of Superhexa with its founder and CEO offers much enlightenment, and might resonate among hardware geeks, tech entrepreneurs and realistic visionaries.
Ningbo-based XR chip firm GravityXR announced on August 12 that it has successively completed angel-round investment and a pre-A round of financing worth several hundred million yuan, within a period of six months.
On August 8, OptiArk Semiconductor, a Shenzhen-based optical waveguide system provider, changed its registration with China's Industrial and Commercial Administration, adding as a new shareholder a venture capital company under Tencent.